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The Doom Wiki is an extensive community effort to document everything related to id Software's masterpiece games Doom and Doom II, Doom 64, other games based on the Doom engine, Doom 3, Doom (2016), Doom Eternal, and more. We have created 21,377 articles to date.

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Did you know that, despite sharing a last name, John and Adrian Carmack are not related?

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Featured article - October 2023

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Boom is a source port created by TeamTNT. The design goals of the Boom project were to create a source port of professional quality, fix bugs and remove limitations of vanilla Doom, and add extra editing features, while keeping the same "feel" and "spirit" of the original Doom engine. The final version of Boom was released on October 22, 1998. The source code for Boom was released in October 1999.

Boom itself only ran under MS-DOS and was developed using DJGPP, the DOS port of gcc. The code was later ported to other operating systems.
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